100 Huntley Street
100 Huntley Street - January 16, 2019
Sandra Waboose was born in Pic Mobert First Nation, an Ojibway community in Nrthern Ontario. In January 1993, Sandra’s life was chaotic, dysfunctional, angry and full of addictions. She was searching for answers to life, but only felt hopeless & empty. Sandra asked a friend to take her to church, and there her life was transformed when she cried out to God to forgive her of her sins & change her life. Today Sandra works with the First Peoples in areas of family support, mental health and counselling. As God gives opportunity, Sandra shares her faith and the hope which can be found in Christ. As doors open Sandra also teaches God’s word and facilitates prayer meetings with the emphasis of healing as God has brought so much healing to her heart and life.
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100 Huntley Street - January 15, 2019
For the past 30 years God has been preparing and equipping Steve Geyer for such a time as this. Beginning as a nightclub comic, Steve Geyer found faith travelling the circuit and then recognized the opportunity to make people laugh with clean comedy. Steve was “cutting his teeth” on ...
100 Huntley Street - January 14, 2019
Shawn was adopted into a wonderful family at 3 months of age and gives God glory as He spared Shawn from an early and untimely death. At 9 when Shawn heard a derogatory comment from an older man he realized he was different and identity questions came flooding in that affected him d...
100 Huntley Street - January 11, 2019
Anthony is an accomplished and accredited professional in the Health/Wellness, Fitness, Public Speaking, and Life Coaching industries! It was because Anthony knew how amazingly beneficial it is to be physically fit that he started his career as a Personal Trainer. Anthony is passio...